Are you a health professional (nurse) intending to work abroad in UK, Australia, New Zealand? Then, our OET training in classes in Kottayam are specifically designed to ensure that you secure B grade or above in all the 4 modules of OET exam.
At Ealoor Consultancy, we provide unique and niche coaching for OET exams. Our OET trainers have developed unique techniques which help you ace OET in the first attempt itself.
BEST OET COACHING CENTER IN KOTTAYAM
Ealoor Consultancy is rated the best OET Coaching Center in Kottayam, Kerala. Considering the plethora of OET Training (Coaching) institutes in Kottayam, Ealoor Consultancy stands out as the best OET Coaching (Training) center by the quality of OET Training that we provide. With well structured and organized classes, we simplify hard sections of OET and make it easy for our students. Our students have extremely high success rates in OET exams. Hence, it comes as no surprise that Ealoor has emerged as the best OET Training Center in Kottayam, Kerala.
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OET TRAINING IN KOTTAYAM
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So, if you are looking for the best OET Training Center in Kottayam, Kerala, Ealoor Consultancy is your answer. At Ealoor Consultancy for OET Coaching in Kottayam, Kerala, we employ only experiened, highly qualified professionals as OET trainers. Our OET Coaching Classes are rated the best by our students. Hence, OET Training in Kottayam has become synonymous with Ealoor Consultancy.
If you want to secure B grade or higher in OET in the first attempt itself,
The Occupational English Test (OET) is an international English language test that assesses the language and communication skills of healthcare professionals who seek to register and practise in an English-speaking environment. It provides a valid and reliable assessment of all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking – with an emphasis on communication in health professional settings.
OET tests international health practitioners in the following 12 professions: Dentistry, Dietetics, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Radiography, Speech Pathology and Veterinary Science.
approx. 50 minutes
Part A – consultation (20-25 minutes)
Part A assesses your ability to follow facts during a consultation. You will listen to a recorded health professional-patient consultation and complete a note taking task, guided by relevant headings.
Part B – presentation (20-25 minutes)
Part B assesses your ability to understand a short talk on a health-related topic that might realistically occur in the workplace. You’ll listen to a recorded talk or lecture (monologue) by a healthcare professional and complete a range of open-ended and fixed choice tasks.
Part A – summary task (15 minutes)
Part A assesses your ability to source information from multiple texts, to synthesise information in a meaningful way and to ‘skim’ and ‘scan’ material to retrieve information quickly. You are required to read 3-4 short texts (a total of approximately 650 words) related to a single topic, and complete a summary paragraph by filling in the missing words (25-35 gaps in total).
Part B – multiple-choice questions (45 minutes)
Part B assesses your ability to read and understand comprehensive texts on health-related topics similar to those in academic or professional journals. You are required to read two passages (600-800 words each) and answer a set of multiple-choice questions (16-20 in total).
- The task is to write a letter, usually a referral letter. Sometimes a different type of letter is required: e.g. a letter of transfer or discharge, or a letter to advise or inform a patient, carer, or group.
- Along with the task instructions, you will receive stimulus material (case notes and/or other related documentation) which includes information to use in your response.
approx. 20 minutes
In each Speaking test, your identity and profession are checked by the interlocutor and there is a short warm-up conversation about your professional background. Then the role-plays are introduced, one by one, and you have 2-3 minutes to prepare for each. The two role-plays take about five minutes each.